July 13, 2019
South London Scum are proud to present:
Saturday 13th July 2019
(London crust legends newly reformed and performing their seminal 1988 album “The Rise of the Serpent Men” in its entirity for the final time!)
(Scathing Northern Punk Noise making a rare London appearance)
@ The New Cross Inn, 323 New Cross Road, London, SE14 6AS, UK.
June 1, 2019
Yer annual punx picnic
(2pm in Fordham Park again this year)
and a big, fat punk gig:
Sat 1st June 2019
South London Punx Picnic
OI POLLOI (Scotland/Finland/Germany)
@ New Cross Inn
323 New Cross Rd, London SE14 6AS
7pm // £10
Presale Tickets: http://newcrossinn.com/tickets/events/88
February 16, 2019
South London Scum presents
Saturday 16th February 2019
@ New Cross Inn
323 New Cross Road, London, SE14 6AS
November 19, 2018
Two punk bands (and a rock band) for free at the Mau Mau Bar, Monday 19th November. The bands:
THE FREAK ELITE Fab and groovy band formed in 2015 by Neil Anderson who plays sometimes with the Steve Dior Band and featuring on drums Michael Giri from the Lilac Time – Alex Marques on bass from Portuguese heavy rock band Iberia – and Eliot Mortimer from the Jim Jones Revue.
VACARM LE ROUGE Three-piece speed-freak no nonsense political punk rock and roll from a classic Toulouse band currently celebrating its 30th year touring. Rarely seen in the UK, we’re delighted to welcome them to London for the first time.
WHO KILLED NANCY JOHNSON? Since their first gigs at the start of 2016 Reading-based WKNJ have grown into one of the most exhilarating live bands on the circuit. Strong songs, constant movement and a touch of theatre. Not to be missed.
November 25, 2017 – November 26, 2017
The Fighting Cocks & Bangers Embrace Presents:
A KICKASS line up of DIRTY A.F Garage infused Punk Rock N Roll. FREE ENTRY!
Tearing their way down the country from Leeds we’re pleased as punch to finally have Nosebleed with us.
Los Pepes are bringing their powerpop to the Cocks and theyre bringing loud and catchy, youll be begging for more before their time is out.
Born in Las Vegas and brought back to Birmigham, The Violent Hearts play their cool as fuck rock n roll sprinkled with 80s goth and indie pop.
Opening the evening are power duo The Love Me Tenders. Smashing your lugs with 60′s Punk, Detroit Swamp Rock, Memphis Blues and Goddamn RocknRoll. Fuck yes!
Been gagging to get this bill happening and now its coming!!
Bar open till 1am. FREE ENTRY all night!
The Fighting Cocks Bar & Live Music Venue
56 Old London Road
Kingston upon Thames
July 29, 2017
An Alternative Gathering are well chuffed to bring you a band from my home town for once – the legendary Vicious Rumours.
Vicious Rumours – Legendary south east London streetpunks, reformed and ready to go
With support from:
East End Badoes – Old school late 70′s east end punks
Underclass UK – Streetpunks mixing it up with a bit of glam/metal
The Tokyo Rankers – Peterborough Oi merchants
Snide – Female fronted Maidstone punks
Lead Shot Hazard – South London ska punks
Dog Rotten – South east London punk rap’n'rollers
Freedom Faction – Veteran Cambridge punks
Russ Crimewave – A one man angry acoustic onslaught
Music From 4pm
£10 ADV / £15 OTD
Event Page – https://www.facebook.com/events/1118903581510742
Ticket Link – http://www.newcrossinn.com/event/vicious-rumours-at-nxi
July 14, 2017
N5 LIVE PRESENTS: A NIGHT OF SKA AND PUNK AT THE GUNNERS
London-based six piece combining combine punk with Balkan melodies, skankable grooves and infectious horn lines.
Trio from London busting out classic 70s-influenced punk rock.
Ska punk four piece from Stafford belting out originals and covers to fulfill all your skanking, bopping, moshing, moon stomping needs.
She danced slowly
Solo indie punk from Bremen, Germany, supporting his debut self-titled EP with his first UK gigs.
204 Blackstock Road
Nearest Tubes: Arsenal (Piccadilly)/Finsbury Park (Piccadilly, Victoria, National Rail)
Buses: 4/19/236 to Riversdale Road Blackstock Road
June 23, 2017
**Alan Clayson and the Argonauts** “were one of rock’s most glorious and enjoyable follies, and somewhere there is a parallel universe where they are bigger than The Beatles” (Rock ‘N’ Reel) and hold “a premier position on rock’s Lunatic Fringe” (Melody Maker).
In the late 1970s Clayson was being spoken of and written about in the same paragraphs as Wreckless Eric, John Otway, Tom Robinson and Elvis Costello, and featured in a BBC Radio One In Concert (which turned up on a 2001 bootleg CD).
Notoriety and cult glories aplenty but the Argonauts eventually succumbed to the treacherous seas of showbiz: no golden fleece. That was presumed to be that until a telephone call from out of the blue in summer 2005 from Damaged Goods records resulted in the release of “Sunset On A Legend”, a double-CD retrospective, and a reformation for a sensational farewell performance – which turned out to be the first of many. Here’s another not to be missed for fans of post-punking pre-punking outre outsider rock’n'roll.
Plus **The Bronsons** – pub rock and rhythm’n'booze revivalists in a Brinsley Scwartz via Ducks Deluxe sense, plus a bit of acidic Dr Feelgood punky boogie woogie oh yes. The Count Bishops and The Inmates are also reference points via a little counter cultural trippy blues. A great night out in themselves.
And **Eliphant** – psych pop , strains of late 60’s U.S. garage pop too, but this has that R’n'B fuelled slightly whimsical late 60’s brit feel, decently hooky and an authentic retro sound, fine work.